A 44-year-old member asked:
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why can i no longer find my cervix by myself? did it move around to another position?

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Dr. Gregory Hines
23 years experience Family Medicine
Position: The position of your cervix is dependent on your uterus. As you get older, your uterus may shift in position, and if it rolls forward, it can pull your cervix farther back and up. This is not unusual. Reach in deeper, and you should be able to feel it.
Answered on Jan 1, 2019
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